Kate Middleton & Prince William: All Smiles In Borneo Rainforest

Kate Middleton and Prince William continued their Jubilee tour yesterday with a trip to a rainforest in Borneo, far away from the furore over those photos of Kate.

Kate and William walked along a 300-metre long canopy bridge during their trip, after being hoisted up a ginormous tree on ropes. Kate was relaxed and all smiles during their visit, saying to reporters: “I’m going to go ‘whee’ and fly the way up.”

As he got harnessed up, William reportedly said to Kate and their accompanying guide: “Girls don’t have the same wardrobe malfunctions as men do. I hope I don’t have any wardrobe malfunctions.” He was fine though!

The couple also visited the Danum Valley research centre, having flown in via helicopter where they had amazing views of the Maliau Basin’s seven-tier waterfall and Imbak Canyon.

Kate looked chic but practical in her beige trousers and dark green shirt, and reportedly asked questions about the wildlife, before taking a few photos. She thoroughly enjoyed her visit to the tree-top canopy, saying: “That was rather surreal, wasn’t it? It was amazing, such a treat, really brilliant to be up there.  I could have stayed up there for hours, even though there were a lot of ants.”

What an incredible experience! BS